Ferrari and Renault want less technology in F1

Posted: May 26, 2006 by Neeraj in External, Ferrari, Flavio Briatore, Formula-One, Jean Todt, Monaco, RaceTracks, Renault, Teams

As reported on Reuters

"I would say that Formula One, in my opinion, does not need as its first priority technical challenge," Ferrari's Jean Todt told a Monaco Grand Prix news conference. "It needs show, it needs people fighting on the track. And very often, with the more technology you have, the less opportunity you give to the drivers to fight on the track."

"Everybody talks about technology and fighting for technology but it's the people who have never won a race, or its a team that won a race eight or nine years ago," Flavio Briatore said. "If somebody needs to talk about technology, then it is Renault and Ferrari... I believe like Jean says that we need real racing. What we need is overtaking, we need people enthusiastic to watch Formula One."

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